3 years ago

Your Hospital Care...

After your surgery, you will wake up in the Recovery Room. The nurse will check you often and give you pain medicine. When you are awake, you will be taken to your hospital room.  First Hours after Surgery   Your family will be able to visit you when you are in your room.   Your temperature, blood Read More

3 years ago

Using a Medicine...

Use a medicine spoon or dropper that has markings on it to measure your child’s liquid medicine. The pharmacy may give you a medicine spoon or dropper with your child’s medicine. You can also buy the spoon or dropper at the drug store and use it for measuring liquid medicines.  The markings on the spoon Read More

3 years ago

Simple Appendectomy...

Appendectomy is a surgery to remove the appendix. The appendix is a small pouch that comes off of the large intestine. The appendix sometimes gets blocked and becomes infected and swollen. Signs of an infected appendix include abdominal pain in the lower right side, fever, poor appetite, nausea, and vomiting. If the appendix bursts, it Read More

3 years ago

Receiving Blood...

Blood is made up of fluid called plasma that contains red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Each part of the blood has a special purpose. A person may be given whole blood or only the parts of the blood needed to treat an illness or injury. Types of Blood Transfusions  A transfusion is Read More

3 years ago

Radiation Therapy

Radiation therapy is the use of radiation to treat cancer. This treatment is used to:  Cure cancer by destroying cancer cells  Control cancer by keeping cancer cells from growing and spreading  Reduce cancer symptoms such as pain There are two types of radiation therapy:  With external radiation therapy, a machine directs high-energy rays at the Read More

3 years ago

Preparing for Your...

There are some things you will need to do to get ready for your surgery.  Before Surgery   Before surgery, you may be scheduled for some tests such as:   Physical exam   Blood tests   Chest x-ray   Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG)  Tell your doctor what medicines you are taking including prescriptions, over the counter medicines, vitamins and herbs.   Read More

3 years ago

Peritoneal Dialysis

Peritoneal dialysis is a treatment used to clean the blood of extra fluid and waste that builds up in the body when the kidneys do not work. Catheter Placement and Care A tube or catheter is placed through the abdominal muscles. One end is put into the peritoneal space. The peritoneal space is the empty Read More

3 years ago


A pacemaker is a small device that helps control your heart rate by:  Speeding up the heart rate when it is too slow  Slowing down the heart rate when it is too fast  Helping the rhythm of the heart beat regularly  – this is if you have a pacemaker combined with a defibrillator, also called Read More

3 years ago


Nitroglycerin is a medicine used to treat chest pain called angina. Take nitroglycerin as directed by your doctor If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, talk to your doctor before using this medicine.  Always keep your nitroglycerin with you.  This medicine may make you dizzy or lightheaded when you stand up or get out of bed. Read More

3 years ago


Some medicines need to be given through a nebulizer treatment. Nebulizer treatments are also called breathing treatments, aerosol treatments or med nebs. A nebulizer changes liquid medicine into a fine mist that you breathe into the airways of your lungs. Sometimes it is used for people who have a hard time using inhalers. How often Read More

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